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Monitor Archive for August 17, 1981
Opera from China: a brilliant US visit; Peking opera in the Ch'i Style A tribute to the Legendary Grand Master Chow Hsin-Fang.
Jacob's Pillow tradition links student and performer
Wanted: money, power, status, and a degree
If you do it in Grade 1 why not also do it in Grade 12?
Those who invest in collectibles upset with tax-law twist
Scots uneasy over unrestricted herring fishing
Would-be rail baron begins piecing track together
An adoring glimpse at a flashy past
Song of the morning
Proverb of the parched
The everything child
Turning two parents and eight reluctant teens into a new family
Experts see Americans enjoying more time at home
Gentle child-raising; Quiet discipline guides behavior of young Laotians
Safety in the air
Beyond arms -- the lag in command-and-control
Immigration: a new start
A-free zone called for in Midwest by Rostow
2 San Joaquin orchards get Medfly quarantine
Airlines expect a sag, but economies may help
Portuguese premier asked to remain; foes warned
US accused of helping to hijack Iranian boat
Salvadoran rebels claim control of province town
Rule prohibiting Spanish on the jobs ires Hispanics
Three Mile Island waste starting its main cleanup
Pakistan hits at its airline in attempt to stem graft
Relief on rice prices fails to end Sierra Leone strike
Social security trust lost $2 billion, Proxmire claims
Cuban exiles 'invade' Guantanamo in protest
Taking steps toward a less violent America
Dropping -- really dropping -- names
Ah, the Caribbean strategy! Oh, the mundane details!
The supremely confident GOP
The winning secret: keep moving
Reds' big bat, Johnny Bench, would like a break from his catching job
ENERGY HUNT; Oops! Offshore gas is 'on,' but its uses are still far off
Pakistani middle class: pulled East and West
SE Asia: checking the 'domino theory'
Talks with USSR to come after US 'armed to parley'
Of tax cuts, budget deficits, and 'magician's; How President's tax measure tries to coax languishing dollars out of US cookie jars and into battle a...
Of tax cut, budget deficits, and 'magician'; Trend of the economy
Gas decontrol may slow down Reagan blitz
Strike underlines long-standing problems at the FAA
Reagan takes aim at federal labor construction cost
Sparks fly over decision to base NATO missiles in Italy
Earthquake preparedness slowly gaining in California
Third world digs in heels against US changes in Law of the Sea Treaty
MX ground missiles too easy to spot?
Days of discontent
ENERGY HUNT; The drive to self-sufficiency: natural gas, geysers, hydro
ENERGY HUNT; First market test for making gasoline from natural gas
ENERGY HUNT; 11,000 cars now run on a new fuel: compressed natural gas
Tourism blitz: the pitch goes out, the hotels go up
Middle East taste for lamb keeps farmers in the mint, but how long?
Secrets of a farmer's success lie in the beds of clover
Too many fishermen, too few fish
New Zealand in sum
From the Beehive: Muldoon's sting-and- honey politics
Researchers wonder if vegetation adds to pollution
NASA will launch giant probe into ozone: is earth's sunscreen ailing?
Kriangsak's ballot-box comeback
Mullah rule in Iran compared to reign of Shah
Polish consensus grows to tread more softly in protest
Down by a river
It Was My Friend
The test that no one liked
Poetry Is . . .
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